If you're ever bored — or if you're, you know, anything else — I encourage you to check out Deadspin's Erin Andrews archive . The reason sports blogs write so much about Erin Andrews is because there is demand. Put Erin Andrews in a post, and whammo: Instant hit. Just reacting to the market, people ... you know, just like mainstream media. Up until affair de Nadel , Andrews had enjoyed a relatively unencumbered (and amazingly rapid) rise through the ranks of sideline reporters. One suspects the observations of a bald, amusing suburban columnist are unlikely to slow that. I think Deadspin, actually, is the only blog left that hasn't interviewed Andrews. I guess we've always played hard-to-get. But is she a Hall of Famer? Seventy five percent is the threshold for induction. Vote below: Polls will be open until next Monday afternoon. Vote as if tomorrow does not exist.